9 MAY 2011

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Article from BTNews 9 MAY 2011

ERA launches interactive route map

Innovata, seen as an alternative to OAG in terms of global travel data and distribution, has launched a dynamic and interactive route map of the ERA (European Regions Airline Association) member network.  

The latest map provides users with a range of feature and functionality upgrades including zoom and pan capabilities together with links through to Google maps for all airports featured in the displays.

The service is specially configured so that all destinations, direct routes and schedules, are plotted and displayed for users searching and querying the networks and schedules of ERA member airlines. 

The map also highlights some impressive statistics, illustrating the importance of the intra-European air transport network for the mobility of EU citizens.  The network spans Mehamn (Norway) in the north, to Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) in the south, Kangerlussuaq (Greenland) in the west and Norilsk (Russia) in the east. http://eraa.innosked.com www.eraa.org

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